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23.07.2013

Let the Light of Mandela Shine on U.S. Injustice

Let the Light of Mandela Shine on U.S. Injustice

By Amy Goodman with Denis Moynihan As the world celebrates Nelson Mandela’s 95th birthday, it is timely to reflect on his life, spent fighting for equality for people of color who long suffered under South Africa’s apartheid regime. Mandela was arrested in 1962, a year before Martin Luther King Jr. »

17.07.2013

Malala, the new generation in a long, long struggle against gender discrimination

Malala, the new generation in a long, long struggle against gender discrimination

Malala Yousafzai was shot in the head last year by a member of the Taliban whilst on a bus after school in order to silence her campaign for girls’ education. She was 15 at the time and had started campaigning aged 11. Several operations later in Pakistan and the UK,… »

11.07.2013

Immigrant Communities in Action (ICA) expresses our collective alarm and opposition to the Senate bill, S.B. 744

Immigrant Communities in Action (ICA) expresses our collective alarm and opposition to the Senate bill, S.B. 744

July 10, 2013 New York City “A Call to Immigrant Organizations, Workers Centers, and Allies: Building for a Just, Humane and Inclusive Immigration Reform, and Beyond”             As a coalition of multi-racial and grassroots immigrant membership-based organizations and allies, Immigrant Communities in Action (ICA) expresses our collective… »

11.06.2013

The Courage to be Dangerous

The Courage to be Dangerous

By Ismail Khalidi Published by TCG Circle in Diversity & Inclusion,National Conference www.tcgcircle.org (This post is a part of the Diversity & Inclusion blog salon led by Online… »

23.05.2013

Activist and scholar to lecture on current Romani issues

Activist and scholar to lecture on current Romani issues

Activist and scholar to lecture on current Romani issues by Aria Seligmann, UO Office of Strategic Communications MAY 22, 2013 Hungarian Romani activist Angela Kocze, currently a visiting Fulbright Scholar at Wake Forest University, will be at the University of Oregon on Friday, May 24, to… »

12.04.2013

LGBT in Turkey: they are our children

A shot from the movie “My Child”, by Can Candan by Alberto Tetta A documentary movie gives voice to the families of lesbians, bisexuals and transexuals in Turkey. “My child” is an intense work, gaining increasing attention. We met its director, Can Candan. “My daughter is transsexual, I… »

03.04.2013

Hungary must retract law that makes homelessness a crime – UN experts

Hungary must retract law that makes homelessness a crime – UN experts

Two United Nations independent experts today urged the Hungarian Government to retract a recently passed amendment that criminalizes homelessness, stressing this will result in discrimination against those without shelter. “Through this amendment, the Hungarian Parliament institutionalizes the criminalization of homelessness and enshrines discrimination against and stigmatization of homeless persons in the… »

05.03.2013

UK: Cardinal’s homosexual confession “undermines the campaign against same-sex marriage”

UK: Cardinal’s homosexual confession “undermines the campaign against same-sex marriage”

With the recent “coming-out” of the UK’s most senior Catholic, Cardinal O’Brien, Peter Tatchell urges him to apologise and repent.  Cardinal O’Brien should apologise to gay community Keith O’Brien urged: Repent your homophobia Estimated 40% of Catholic priests are gay, including top clerics “Cardinal O’Brien’s confession falls… »

01.03.2013

Bolivian parliament approves a law guaranteeing a violence-free life for women

Bolivian parliament approves a law guaranteeing a violence-free life for women

The law proposes that Autonomous Municipal Governments will be able to request competent authorities for the “legal adoption of provisional measures, precautionary measures and measures of immediate protection in defence of the rights of women in situations of violence.” The Bolivian Chamber of Deputies on Wednesday sanctioned the law –… »

21.02.2013

1000 women, 1000 motorbikes, 1000 smiles… committed in solidarity and nonviolence

1000 women, 1000 motorbikes, 1000 smiles… committed in solidarity and nonviolence

The beginning: From the 2nd of October 2009 to the 2nd of January 2010 numerous initiatives took place around the world during the World March for Peace and Nonviolence. In Toulouse, members of the association World without Wars and Violence who enjoy motor-biking had the idea to organise a gathering… »

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